Survey: Wales schools cite lack of support for students with autism

05/19/2009 | BBC

Schools in Wales should do more to support students with autism, according to a report that shows students are suffering from an absence of awareness and understanding of their learning needs. About 75% of surveyed schools cited a lack of available help in the area for educating students with autism.

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